The Alaska Department of Fish & Game offers hands-on training opportunities to educators, both formal and non-formal. These fast paced and fun workshops are 'place-based' in focus, centering on Alaska wildlife species, habitats, and research and delivered by our staff of Wildlife educators and researchers. Recertification credit is available for teachers. For more information, visit our events calendar or contact an ADF&G education specialist in your region. You can also sign up for our list-serv to have information about upcoming teacher workshops delivered to your e-mail.
Alaska Wildlife Curriculum:
Experience relevant and engaging workshops using materials focused on Alaska's wildlife, ecology, wetlands, tundra, and current research that are easy to integrate into your lesson plans.
- NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program):
This popular archery program is integrated into a school's physical education program.
- Basic Hunter Education:
Become involved in ADF&G's Hunter Education and Training Program (HIT) and teach others.